Controversial Islamic cleric Ahmed Gumi has once more criticized the Central Financial institution of Nigeria, CBN, for the choice to revamp some Naira banknotes.
In an announcement on his official Fb web page on Sunday, Gumi expressed his pessimism that the foremost financial institution’s choice would trigger extra hurt to the common Nigerian than anticipated.
In line with him, those that suppose that the transfer would damage politicians and individuals who hid billions of Naira of their properties are naive.
Gumi described CBN’s choice as killing a rat in a furnished room with a hammer and stated the destruction that may accompany the redesign can be worse.
The assertion reads: “The CBN and the individuals who suppose that altering the Naira and the financial system will hurt these with stolen and illegally hidden forex are very naive.
“It is like killing a rat in a furnished room with a hammer. The destruction from attempting to kill him goes to be worse than the nuisance brought on by the Rat.
“The stolen cash is lower than 1% of the cash legally in transactions among the many 200 million Nigerians. Due to this fact, any motion that instills worry and uncertainty in an financial system in disaster will not be solely dangerous, but in addition reckless and irresponsible.